Jimi Mistry (Blood Diamond)
Marisa Tomei(The Wrestler)
Heather Graham (Killing Me Softly(
Michael McKean (This Is Spinal Tap)
Dash Mihok (The Day after Tomorrow)
Christine Baranski (The Big Bang Theory)
Dwight Ewell (Chasing Amy)
Bobby Cannavale (Ant-Man)
Ajay Naidu (Bad Santa)
Sakina Jaffrey (Mr. Robot)
Ajay Mehta (Anger Management)
Rizwan Manji (The Dictator)
Ramu Gupta (Jimi Mistry), a dance teacher, leaves his native city Delhi, India, to seek his fortune in the United States. He is lured by the exaggerations of his cousin, Vijay, who has already moved to New York City. Vijay’s deception is the first of several that drive the plot.
Seeking work as an actor, the naïve Ramu unknowingly lands a role in a pornographic film. That evening he accompanies Vijay and his roommates on a catering job at a society birthday party. When the Indian swami hired to address the party falls into drunken oblivion, Ramu takes his place. Lacking a real philosophy, he improvises by repeating advice he had been given by Sharonna (Heather Graham), an adult film actress he met earlier.
Lexi (Marisa Tomei), the birthday girl, is so impressed that she promotes him as a New Age sex guru to her friends. Ramu hires Sharonna, ostensibly for advice on how to be an actor in adult films, though what he really wants is more ideas he could use in his new role as the guru of sex. A personal relationship develops between the two, though Sharonna is engaged to a firefighter who thinks she’s a school teacher. Complications ensue from these and other deceptions.
A very funny & intelligent movie that spoofs all stereotypes, American as well as Asian. A real good hearted, feel good movie with some wise insights into peoples’ foibles